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    For the Week of January 18th


    Monday, January 18th- No School- Martin Luther King Jr. Day     

    Tuesday,  January 19th- Day 2- Physical Education-  Remember to wear sneakers.   

    Wednesday, January 20th- Day 6- Music   (Remote Day)  Students will be taking the i-Ready Mid-Year Test on Reading

    Thursday,  January 21st- Day 4- Art

    Friday,  January 22nd- Day 5- Physical Education -  Remember to wear sneakers.


    Monday, January 25th-  Day 1- Art   



    If your child has an appointment and will need to leave school early, please have your child stay home and participate remotely for that day.  The office can not accommodate early dismissals and late arrivals.  Please email me if your child will stay remote on a particular day instead of coming to school.  Thank you for understanding.  Also, if your child is absent, please send in a note the day they return explaining why they were absent.  Thank you!




    Here is a peek at what the students will be working on this week.    


    Fundations 1st : The students will continue to review all the letters of the alphabet.  We will identify, tap out and spell words with the glued sound -all (three letters that stick together to make one sound).

    Fundations 2nd : The students will review identifying, tapping out, and spelling words with glued sounds - -ang, -ing, -ong, -ung, -ank, -ink, -onk, and -unk (three letters that stick together and make one sound).

    Reader's Workshop: Students will demonstrate identifying the central message in stories read to them.

    Writer's Workshop: Students will identify what the difference is between a fact and an opinion.  They will understand that it is okay if we do not all have the same opinion.  They will demonstrate writing opinion pieces.  

    Math 1st-  Students will continue to solve word problems with three addends, two of which make 10.

    Math 2nd:  Students will identify adding 1, 10, and 100 to a given number and subtracting 1, 10, and 100 to a given number.  

    Science-  Students will identify and demonstrate that we need light to see objects and what happens if we do not have light.

    Social Studies- Students will continue to identify why parents go to work and how kids have jobs around the house to help the family.